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With 41 new cases in recent days, the outbreak has grown to 2,671 infections, including 1,782 fatalities.
The current wave in Beni involves more cases and is longer than its first wave.
Though the DRC has ceased daily updates, the WHO says cases have topped 2,600.
Of 14 new cases yesterday, 10 were in Beni, a previous hot spot that has again heated up.
"There can not be more than one decision-making center," Kalenga says.
With 10 new cases yesterday and 14 today, the outbreak has grown to 2,546 cases, and deaths have topped 1,700.
Activity resurges in Beni, the outbreak's former epicenter.
Also, details emerge about a DRC woman who died from Ebola after visiting Uganda, and cases reach 2,522.
The first case in Goma, North Kivu province's heavily populated capital, triggered reconsideration by the WHO's emergency committee.
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